65-year-old beautiful actress, Andie MacDowell is not afraid to show her natural beauty while she is outside.
MacDowell had started to her career as a model, who worked for Armani, Yves St Laurent and Calvin Klein. It was in 1984, when MacDowell had appeared on the screens, with Greystroke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes. She was the Jane of Tarzan, but her voice was dubbed by Glenn Close.
She later appeared on Sex, Lies & Videotape in 1989, and was nominated for Golden Globe with her role.
Earlier from that, she had starred with Bill Murray, in Groundhog Day, in 1983, and in 1984, she had starred in Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1984.
Later, she worked with L’Oréal hair products in TV commercials. She was recently spotted in Cannes, while she was wearing her casual outfit, where she appeared with her makeup-free face.
The actress was there for the 76th Cannes film festival. As she had embraced her grays, the actress said to Vogue, “At the very beginning of quarantine, my hair started growing and every time my kids would see me, they kept telling me I looked badass with my gray hair.”
“When I pulled it up in a bun, all you could see was the salt and pepper, which is what I am, you know, dark and silver. I like to compare myself to George Clooney because why not? I’ve been saying for a while now it was time for me, personally, to make that transition because I felt like it was appropriate for my personality and just who I am.”
“I’m going to be more powerful if I embrace where I am right now. It’s time…If I don’t do it now, I won’t have the chance to be salt and pepper. I always wanted to be salt and pepper!”
“I’m going to be more powerful if I embrace where I am right now. It’s time…If I don’t do it now, I won’t have the chance to be salt and pepper. I always wanted to be salt and pepper!” MacDowell said in her interview with Style Magazine.
She stated that she is not thinking of retirement. In 2021, MacDowell had started to work on Netflix drama series Maid, with her 28-year-old daughter, Margaret Qualley.
“You walk in the room and you have your mom playing your mom–that’s the biggest cheat in the world. That goes all the way from the inherent eye rolls that are built-in when your mom says something.” Margaret said to USA Today, about working with her mother.
“Every moment was precious for me. I really wanted to do a good job because it meant everything to me because I was scared it would never happen again.” MacDowell said about working with her daughter.
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